Customer reviews for A View From The Bridge  
Avg. Customer Review (4.7 Stars):  
Number of Reviews: 8  



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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

Great Miller's revival, Apr 05, 2010
reviewer: Antoni (idd00bq9@eresmas.net) from Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
I was by chances in New York when I saw the
possibility of watching this drama.
Drawn by the possibility of enjoying a nice play
based on the always great society observer and
critic Miller and interpreted among others by the
beautiful Scarlett I jumped into the theatre. I
have to confess that I was very curious about
seing the star interpreting theatre on
live.
During the first act I liked very much the
interpretation of Schreiber and Hecht and all the
actors gave a great impression of being placed on
an Italian neighborhood. The accent of some of
them was very well interpreted.
I also enjoyed very much the second part and it
was there were I was able to see a much more
natural Scarlett that made a great interpretation.
I really liked the play!
I had enjoyed "Death of a Salesman", another
Miller play adaptation, recently in Barcelona that
I liked alot but found a lot less powerful than
this one.
Chapeau to all of the actors!


2 of 8 people found the following review helpful:

Chemistry, Mar 12, 2010
reviewer: Lola from NYC
Liev Schrieber was great, so was Jessica Hecht. I didn't get much chemistry between Catherine and Eddie. Catherine should have exuded a little more affection towards Eddie, perhaps a sensuality that she herself is unaware of. Eddie and Beatrice could have shown a little more awkward affection towards each other.


1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

Fantastic show, Mar 12, 2010
reviewer: Gabriel from NJ
A really moving play. Saw it last week and was really touched by all the performances. Scarlett is fantastic on stage. Don't miss it.


5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:

revival of millers musings a must see, Mar 12, 2010
reviewer: Patricia from Long Island
They say there is no thing like a sure thing but be prepared to rephrase that little adage once you've taken in this gem of a play! Wrapped up in the style and mood of vintage 1950's Brooklyn, a less than typical family fights to cope with still-relevant issues of immigration, family and above all. unnatural family ties. The texture of the performances are so rich you will be able to hang them on the walls of your fondest Broadway memories. Schreiber is stand-out as the lead, with a sincerity and believablility that brought me back to kitchen table of my childhood Brooklyn and its most colorful inhabitants. Johannson is a treat to see in a seamless and fresh Broadway debut. The rest of the cast sparkles and complements Millers rich, knowing dialogue that stays with you long after the last words are spoken. Bring the family, get a front row seat and get to see what real theater looks and sounds like. With Maxine's right up the block for eats, FaHgedaboutit, you got it made!


1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

Don't Miss This Production!, Mar 12, 2010
reviewer: Lmvw from New Hampshire
My friend and I saw A View From The Bridge last
week, and it is excellent. We knew Liev Schreiber
would be great as always, but who knew Scarlett
Johansson would be such a natural on stage? This is
gripping drama at its best.


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